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Barry Cull

Teaching & Learning Librarian
UNB Fredericton

Barry helps students and faculty understand, access, and use research and scholarship. He is especially interested in motivating students to develop their deep reading skills, along with the speed reading that is routine in the digital world. 


Selected Student Videos: YouTube

Digging to the Roots


Selected Publications [Cites: Google | Scopus]

Time for Reflection?: Digital Text and the Emerging Paper Divide  (local postprint)
Against the Grain, 27(1), (February 2015)

Reading Revolutions: Online Digital Text and Implications for Reading in Academe (local pdf)
First Monday, 16(6), (June 6, 2011)

Wikioogleopia vs. Your Library (with J. Mackenzie - pdf slideshow) | (pps version)
STLHE (Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education) 29th Annual Conference
June 19, 2009

“Pre-Evaluation” Group Work in Large Classes: Broccoli is Better With Cheese
UNB CETL (Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning) Instructors Forum
May 19, 2009

Voices in the Wilderness: A Report on Academic Information Literacy Instruction in Atlantic Canada
The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 29(1), p. 1-26 (2005)


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